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"The time is well overdue for a data-based cataloging of who 'out there' in the core of professional journalists is covering science-related topics, what their qualifications are, what motivates them, how they go about their jobs, an dhow they deal with everyday conflicts in their work. Environment Reporters in the 21st Century takes an admirable first step in that direction. . . . The authors are to be particularly commended for their research." --Garrett J. O'Keefe, Science Communication

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David B. Sachsman is West Chair of Excellence in Communication and Public Affairs at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is the author of numerous works including The Reporter's Environmental Handbook and Environmental Risk and the Press. James Simon is chair and professor of English at Fairfield University and directs his school's journalism program. He is the author of numerous scholarly publications that have appeared in Science Communication and Public Understanding of Science. JoAnn Myer Valenti is an Emerita Professor of Communications. She is the author of Developing Protocol for Ethical Communication in Environmental News Coverage and she is a Fellow in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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This is "the Bible"! 21 May 2013
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For anyone who studies media, media effects or environmental journalism, Sachsman, Simon and Valenti offer a solid picture of EJ. They only need to ask "why" at critical moments during their survey of journalists ("why do you interview government sources more than environmental nonprofit groups or citizen groups?" for example) to give a complete picture of this important research area.
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